Eustoma Grandiflorum

Eustoma Grandiflorum Plant Information

Eustoma Grandiflorum grows in the following 11 states:

Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wyoming, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas

Eustoma russellianum, is a species of flowering plant in the Gentian family. Its previous binomial name was Eustoma grandiflorum. Common names include Texas bluebells, Texas bluebell, bluebell, showy prairie gentian, prairie gentian The Bolero Deep Blue, and Lisianthus.

Eustoma russellianum has blue-green waxy leaves and showy bell shaped flowers in blue pink or white each borne singly on an upright plant. Depending on where it grows it may present as an annual, biennial or perennial plant. It is found in the Great Plains region.

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